3 days ago

Josiah Price is trying to keep some things private these days. Which NFL teams are interested? Who wants him to come in for an individual workout? How many does he have lined up? He won’t say. Then again, the former Michigan State tight end realizes that prying and probing is part of making the leap from college to the pros.

Source: Detroit Free Press

3 days ago

Tom Izzo was sitting in the front row along the baseline to get an up-close look at 2018 Spartans commit Foster Loyer. Although it was certainly not the first time Izzo was in attendance to watch Loyer play, it was the first time that the junior Clarkston point guard got to compete on the Breslin Center floor.

Source: MLive.com

3 days ago

The College Basketball season has sadly come to a close in East Lansing, but not every Spartan has stopped hooping. As a matter of fact, with the NBA Playoffs just around the corner, the pressure is all too real. Let’s check in on how the eight MSU alumni currently in the NBA are doing.

Source: The Only Colors

3 days ago

Illinois is 6-12 on the year and coming off a 7-1 win earlier this week over Illinois State. The Fighting Illini went deep in their rotation, using six pitchers and only surrendering three hits. They’re extremely young and majority of their contributions have come from freshmen and sophomores. Of their nine starters, only two are juniors/seniors

Source: The Only Colors

3 days ago

Seated at center court of Breslin Center, with a major cable company advertisement on the base of a basket to his right, Mark Hollis is asked about the multibillion-dollar business of college sports and if athletes should be paid beyond their scholarship. “We have some challenges that we have to fix in college sports,” Hollis said. “I’d like to see student-athletes get something — if it’s getting apartments, getting a car, if it’s being able to live. Can we do better? Absolutely.”

Source: Detroit Free Press

3 days ago

His left arm in a sling, Montae Nicholson returned to Michigan State for the first time Wednesday since announcing he would bypass his senior season for the NFL draft. Did his torn labrum make him rethink his decision to leave early?“ No regrets. None of that ever got to me,” Nicholson said following MSU’s pro day Wednesday.

Source: Detroit Free Press

3 days ago

Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman offensive lineman Jacob Isaia does not know where is going to college yet, as his scholarship options continue to grow by the week. No matter what his final list of choices looks like, they are almost certain to include two schools he has family connections to, UCLA, where his father Sale Isaia played, and Michigan State, where his grandfather Bob Apisa played.

Source: Detroit News

3 days ago

Fresh off its home opener after 16 games away from home, Michigan State baseball will return to the road, heading to Champaign, Illinois to open up Big Ten Conference action with a three-game weekend series at Illinois. Friday’s series opener is slated for a 7 p.m. (ET) first pitch from Illinois Field, followed by Saturday’s game at 2 p.m. and Sunday’s series finale at 3 p.m.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

3 days ago

The Michigan State football program will host its annual spring game and youth clinic on Saturday, April 1. Click here for detailed information on the two events.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

3 days ago

The Michigan State womens tennis team concludes its seven-match road trip as they continue Big-Ten play this weekend. MSU will face Purdue on Saturday, March 25, with the match set to begin at 12 p.m. The Spartans will then travel to Bloomington, Ind. to take on Indiana on Sunday, March 26, with the match set to begin at 11 a.m.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

3 days ago

The Spartan rowing program has a pair of destinations this weekend, as half the team will head to New Jersey and the novices will race down the road at Belleville Lake in Ann Arbor.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

3 days ago

Sophomore Lexy Warner of the Michigan State women’s soccer team will join the United State U23 Women’s National Team for a training camp and three matches taking on three NWSL teams at Providence Park in Portland, Ore., from March 23 – April 1.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

3 days ago

The Michigan State track & field team will begin the outdoor season at the Raleigh Relays this weekend, March 24-25. NC State will host the two-day event at the Paul H. Derr Track in Raleigh, N.C.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

4 days ago

Miles Bridges always wondered what it would’ve been like to win a MHSAA state title on the Breslin Center floor in high school. Unfortunately, he never got a chance as he left for Huntington Prep after his freshman campaign at Flint Southwestern Academy.

Source: MLive

4 days ago

Little do people remember, before the commitments of Cassius Winston and Miles Bridges, Josh Langford was the splash landing for Michigan State basketball. The Spartans’ 2016 class had just Nick Ward, but Langford surprised some people when he took a trip to East Lansing over the summer and committed to MSU.

Source: Spartan Avenue

4 days ago

Michigan State women’s basketball senior guard Tori Jankoska was named Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-Region, announced by the WBCA on Thursday. Jankoska was one of 12 players earning Region Four accolades and is now eligible for WBCA All-American honors.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

4 days ago

The Michigan State men’s tennis team will take to the road for one match against No. 3 Ohio State. Michigan State currently sits at 10-8 on the year and 0-2 in Big Ten action. Ohio State is 16-3 and has yet to start conference play with Michigan State being its first contender.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

4 days ago

Tom Izzo covers his team’s season, facing Kansas and Purdue, Michigan’s recent success, Wisconsin’s maturity and Chris Collins’ reaction to the Northwestern-Gonzaga non-call.

Source: ESPN

4 days ago

Morris Peterson says Miles Bridges can consider himself a “Flintstone.” When you are from Flint and play basketball at Michigan State University, that is arguably the most prestigious nickname out there. “He earned it,” Peterson said. “You know how they bring back a new character in the Marvel comics, like Superman? He is like a new character that is added to the same story. He’s definitely in there.”

Source: Detroit Free Press

4 days ago

Over the past few years, the MSU football team has seemingly developed a “chip on our shoulder” mantra. Wide receiver R.J. Shelton, tight end Josiah Price and fullback Prescott Line were amongst numerous Spartans who didn’t receive an invite to this year’s NFL Combine.

Source: State News

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